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"You're Cold" by The Black Tibetans

In Los Angeles in 2011, Dinst (guitar/ vocals), Tammi Tibetan (bass) and Ryan KH (drums) merged their talents to form The Black Tibetans. Recently, the band teamed up with Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys for their latest EP, The Nashville Session. Recorded in Nashville, the record is the band’s 3rd release, following […]

“The Letter” by Keeton Coffman

Visit Youtube to view the official video for “The Letter” from Keeton Coffman’s forthcoming EP The Ghost.

Coffman’s friends Jack, Jackson, and Dietrich Potts (Father and sons) helped him shoot it. That’s Dietrich in the truck. They shot the video in Spring, Texas at John’s land — another one of Coffman’s friends. John […]

“Tunnels” by Hearts of Oak

Portland, Oregon-based shoegazer country act Hearts of Oak are celebrating the release of their third, and first nationally-distributed full-length New England (Deer Lodge Records).

Fronted by singer-songwriter Nate Wallace, Hearts of Oak has been referred to as “a singer-songwriter with a druggy, psychedelic backing band.” Engineered and produced by Ezra Meredith, the band’s guitarist, […]

“Peace” by Western Education

Los Angeles, CA’s Western Education have debuted their first full-length album, Let Your Secrets Out, along with the new single, “Peace.” Formed on the UMass Lowell college campus, the band was established by keyboard and lead-vocal member Greg Alexandropoulos as he spread flyers throughout the campus in search of like-minded artists.

Western Education […]

"Pretty Girls" by Eric Frisch

NYC artist Eric Frisch has recently released his first self-produced full-length album entitled Goodbye Birdcage. The album merges modern indie pop with 50’s and 60’s pop to create it’s own unique sound.

A throwback to 50s and 60s pop productions, Frisch created an album that was true to his biggest influences like the Beatles and […]

“Bloom” by The Morning Birds

The new EP from LA’s The Morning Birds is a collaborative concept album titled BLOOM (via Funky Island House Records). The album contains one original song and five remixes by diverse DJ’s from around the globe, designed to reflect the seasons of the year. The DJ’s are Dimond Saints, Alex Zelenka/Invisibles, Knife & Fork, […]

“Neptune’s Grave” by The Hydrothermal Vents

John Tielli (vocals, guitar, midi programming) and Tessa Kautzman (vocals, bass), the charismatic Montreal duo known as The Hydrothermal Vents, boil with a chemistry that pulls listeners deep into their imaginative world. Both members have extensive personal music history, from a mutual love for the Pixies to North American tours and solo collaborations with […]

“In The Shade” by Dog Society

The renown NYC pop-rock collective, Dog Society, showcase their prowess in their newest studio album, In The Shade. The band’s third full-length album is chock full of psych rock, Beatle-esque harmonies and huge, catchy hooks.

The band was formed in 1991 and their debut, Test Your Own Eyes, was released in 1993. The Washington Post […]

“Into the Light” by Salvador Santana

Born into a life of music, Salvador Santana first began playing the drums at the age of three, under the direction of his father, Carlos Santana. It was his experimentation with the drums that eventually led him to begin taking piano lessons at the age of six, and eventually, studying at the Ruth Asawa School […]

“Hurricane Heart” by Marc Broussard

Recorded with the help of some extremely talented friends, Marc Broussard, has completed a new solo record, A Life Worth Living.

Producer, Paul Moak, was capable of taking what was in Mr. Broussard’s head and putting it on tape. And, according to Broussard, the stuff in his head isn’t always easy to find. […]